Emeka Ihedioha, on Thursday, warned that new transactions would increase chances of illegal activities in the financial stability of the state.
He said his duty and responsibility would be to ensure that citizens and residents of the state remained united and work together for the common good of the state.
Ihedioha described his success at the poll as a “new path to progress” which would signal an end to impunity and brazenness in the state. And warned commercial banks on illegal transaction in the state.
He promised to work out programmes, which would engage the youth as a way to end drug abuse and curb vices, starting with the rehabilitation of the four technical colleges in the state.